From: SCN User (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Oct 01 2001 - 13:54:18 MDT
>> What architecture is Mind based on? Agents?
ESY (reformatted by ATM for readability):
> Well, I've never been able to figure it out
> from looking at Mentifex's diagram at
> and I still can't figure it out from looking at
> except that it seems to involve classical-AI processing
> of Chomskian grammars by assignment of individual
> computational tokens to words, which
> is of course one of the all-time GOFAI mistakes.
Good Old-Fashioned Artificial Intelligence (GOFAI)
may have failed with attempts to "tokenize" words, but
http://sourceforge.net/projects/mind is a radically new
approach which _conceptualizes_ words (and, for now, only words)
while leaving associative hooks available for fleshing out
the word-concepts with additional and primitive sensory data.
This preparation for an enhanced sensorium is why the AI Mind
but also in Win32Forth for implementation in robots (which
I do not believe has actually happened yet).
> I don't think this AI project has gotten up to
> the agent level yet, and if there's any contamination
> by GISAI or modern cognitive science, it is not evident.
GISAI is not familiar to me. As for cognitive science, the
AI Mind is a totally new approach but rooted in neuroscience.
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